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Location: Building 535, Offices 29
Phone: (909) 607-0389
Fax: (909) 607-8086
Email: student_services[at symbol]kgi.edu
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Under the jurisdiction of KGI Student Government, there are several student-run organizations that promote professionalism within the KGI community and help inculcate formal, industry-ready skills into students' academic lives.
American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists
Katelyn Ortega, SoP ‘18 | email@example.com
The American Pharmacists Association – Academy of Students of Pharmacy (APhA-ASP) is the oldest organization for students with an interest in pharmacy. Students in the KGI student chapter will be engaged in healthcare policy and advocacy at the state, regional, and national levels, a healthcare emphasis in diabetes care and patient education, and the proper use of medications in the community, particularly among children and seniors.
California Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists
Rajan Vaidya, SoP ‘18 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Academy of Student Pharmacists is to provide learning experiences and knowledge that will help students throughout their career in pharmacy while moving into new healthcare models.
California Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy - Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy
Ariana Ayon Verduzco, SoP ‘18 | email@example.com
The California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP) is a non-profit professional association established to serve the needs of hospital and health-system pharmacists. Representing over 4,500 members who practice clinical pharmacy and specialized medicine, CSHP is the largest state association for pharmacists. CSHP members share a common mission – to promote wellness, patient safety and the optimal use of medication.
Connecting Californians to Care
Anthony Trinidad, MS ‘16 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Connecting Californians to Care (CCTC) aims to create an interdisciplinary network of KGI student educators and community partners, who will provide comprehensive Covered California and Medi-Cal education to underrepresented populations in order to build healthy and resilient communities.
Continuous Improvement Club
Andrew Wood, MBS ‘16 | email@example.com
The Continuous Improvement Club's goal is to give members resume firepower and immediate tools by hosting seminar/workshops wherein professionals with six sigma/lean experience teach either general frameworks or specific tools of a continuous improvement program. Members can have no experience but should leave this club with enough experience to feel safe putting “continuous improvement interest” on their resumes and feeling comfortable talking about their experience with these tools. The club will host 5 seminar/workshops where a general overview or specific tool of a continuous improvement program is presented/practiced.
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering
Fortunella Tjondro, MBS ‘16 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) student chapter is for anyone interested in the manufacturing process for pharmaceutical and medical devices. We focus on giving students an inside look at the cGMP processes involved in the production of drugs and devices.
The Mentor Mentee Program pairs incoming students with an upperclassmen mentor and aims to provide academic, social, and professional guidance to new students. Beyond the individual relationship, the program encourages a cohesive KGI community from the formation of friendships and strengthens KGI’s network. The Mentor Mentee Program is the umbrella organization that houses mentorship programs for both the School of Applied Life Sciences (SALS) and the School of Pharmacy (SoP).
Parenteral Drug Association
Ifeanyi Emole, MBS ‘16 | email@example.com
The Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) is the leading global provider of science, technology and regulatory information and education for the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical community. The goals of PDA are to promote advances in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical science; provide global forums for the scientific community, regulators and industry professionals; facilitate development, testing and qualification of new technologies; foster career-long Learning and professional development; enable scientific information sharing with industry peers.
Rare Disease Club
Caroline Kim, SoP ‘18 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rare Disease Club (RDC) promotes the awareness and recognition of rare diseases, through educating the community, establishing professional relationships and partnerships, and promoting career opportunities, with an emphasis upon improving the lives of those affected by rare diseases.